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in time for the america's cup. there is one bar out of four that up. crews will work throughout night to align and fasten that first bar. then, this giant crane goes down for the next one, caltrans expects putting all four in place will take five days, that is weather permeating. they tell us there are storms expected this week and rain will not delay this process but wind could lead to some delays. laura anthony abc 7 news. >> and still ahead tonight on abc 7 news pot club owners on the city's new marijuana tax how can they be taxed when they zront a legal right to exist? >> a neighborhood clamoring for a charter school. why the district isn't ready to recommend the idea. >> in just over 24 hours goitsing to turn wet and windy here, i'm sandhya patel. i'll show how much rain so-to-expect coming up. >> and later you're going to see how people at pixar are enjoying their bibibibibibibibii you can see >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> starting tomorrow, stan jose will tax marijuana clubs tonight. the new tax is a new twist in a complex debate. dave hodges fe
it become another chernoble? >> mmm. ahh. yeah. bacon. come celebrate bonalia! only at denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> president obama said america had a responsibility to act against muammar gaddafi. the president's address this afternoon outlined u.s. involvement in the military attacks against libyan forces. and mark matthews is here now with reaction from bay area members of congress. >> yes this, evening the president laid out reasons for attacking the forces in libya and says nato will take over liedership wednesday, but questions about how the united states will get out remain. after a week of bombing of libyan ground forces and antiaircraft, the president laid out reasons for going in. >> when our interests and values are at stake there is a responsibility to achblgt -- act that. is what happened in libya. >> he said the bombing of the forces prevented a slaughter in benghazi. >> gaddafi declared he would show no mercy to his own people. comparing them to rats. and threatened to go door to door to inflict punishment. >> the president says he knows america cannot int
for america that reviewed highway data, releasing today's report. any elevated roadways considered a bridge. more than 24 howe,000 in california were examined. san francisco and alameda are in the top five in terms of the worst with wear and tear. here is a example. highway 101 at the central viaduct and in santa clara county, report notes 101 overpass. >> all right. well, that makes me feel safer. >> i don't want people to be scared about getting out there and whether you're walking or driving over a bridge. if one is deemed unsafe, caltrans will close it off just like they did the bay bridge in 2009. >> that is when caltrans discovered a crack in an i bar during an inspection n a statement, the transportation agency calls it's program robust. in response to the report says more federal resources are needed. >> california needs to continue stable and reliable, long term strategy from the federal government that can support the state highways and bridges. >> this experts say bridges are designed to last 50 years. the average age of those in california is 44.4. and believes federal funding s
lovers dishes, who needs a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >> this is what happened with a window washing crew picked a -- parked a cherry picker today. the city manager says the equipment was too heavy for the sidewalk and says it should have been parked in the street. the landlord and contractor will work out who pays for damage. >> a deadly tragedy pushed supervisors to action in contra costa county. 10 days after matthew miller and gavin p.o.w.el died in a rafting accident supervisors directed staff to take a look at ways to increase safety along county's 72 miles of creeks and canals. >> if someone wants to do that, it may get in. i think there is a better objective to have a situation where people understand, if not safe to go n then, they don't want to go in. >> in 1991 the county painted red warning signs after a 14-year-old drowned near his home. now the county will look at putting up more signs part of a larger campaign. >> california's drought is officially offer. the concern about w
a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> president obama nominated his secretary of commerce to be the first chinese american to hold that position. the president credited lock with expanding exports to china and said he's earned trust of business leaders. >> i'm going back to the birth place of my grandfather, my father, my mom, and her side of the family as a advocate for america, the country where i was born and raised. >> if confirmed by the senate lock would succeed former utah governor john huntsman who may decide to run for republican nomination for president. >> president and mrs. obama went on facebook to launch a campaign against cyber bullies. >> for a long time bullying treated as growing up. but we're seeing how harmful it can be for our kids when this follows them to the computer screen. >> they will host a conference thursday, bringing students, teachers and parents together to discuss ways to stop bullying. technology to identify bullies has been developed by crisp thinking a british firm that can lead to reformed behavior. >> this is jus
. >> there is a situation in america, receipting -- letting people vote becomes an acts of terrorism we're in a serious situation. >> there is still a splinter group of senators trying to get reforms in exchange for yes vote on the special election. a move some republicans say is what the party should be about. >> if they negotiate to get reforms and solutions on the ballot, that present a wider perspective of the g.o.p., they're no traiter in my book. the republican party needs to be more than just the party of no. >> because of a lawmaker, lawmakers can now pass budgets based on simple majority, being used for the first time this year for various parts of the spending plan. republicans are baiting democrats to use this method to call that special election. and lawmakers are done for the day and are on call throughout the weekend and back here monday morning to tackle the last four remaining bills after acting on 16 of them this week. >> and still ahead tonight a shocking new revelation in the jaycee dugard abduction. why prosecutors do not believe the kidnappers deserve mercy. >> and family and frien
america, i love my pet baldldagle brock, my bison sara, i love my pick-up with the custom constitution paint job... i celebrate jury duty... i love america so much, i'm making an all american jack combo two jumbo patties, with melting cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickles, plus fries and a drink for only $4.99. i've celebrated every american tradition...except one... spring break cancun yo!!!!!!!! >>> faa is investigating air traffic controller staffing after two passenger planes had to land on their own at reagan national airport in washington, d.c. because controller may have been asleep. abc 7 reports tonight on staffing levels at control towers here in the bay area. bay area airline passengers can't help but think about what happened at reagan national airport in washington last night. >> and thought wow. you know? this is really something just uprising and shocking. >> and an air traffic controller working alone and who may have been sleeping failed to respond when the pilot took two jets with 165 people asking for clearance to land. >> there is no answer. >> it happened just after
, home to some of the steepest terrain in north america. >> going to be great once we get danger taken out of it. >> and this is a thrill that comes risk. >> this is part of the avalanche control team. after the recent storms, it's their job to bring down snow on their terms. and there is still work to be done with a synthetic explosive, packing punch two of sticks of dynamite. >> we hang them from the rope to take the legs out. so to speak. >> he lights a fuse, then moves away. the canyon is too dangerous russ to ski. the team will use a giant gun. >> this holds compress kpresed air, we can fire this off z reduce some of the risks before spending out team was charges. >> the motive is to make sure heavenly stays safe. >> it's time to make turns slam,. >> and we're complete, explosives and we're clear to open gates. >> coming up, the supreme court takes up a walmart case. a discrimination suit may be decided by numbers. >> and there is is a option that could help stop high tech firms from leaving town. >> zp music therapy. how to keep young patients cope with being hospitalized. >>> go
of his checking akt at west america bank in petaluma. >> they had the money z it's a strangest thing i've seen. you can't find anyone to talk to. >> wells fargo would not speak with mire onabout what happened citing privacy laws. the bank would not speak with ann saying her account was no longer existed. >> this is catch 22. i couldn't get the money. i don't have an account with them. >> the way he saw it his money has had been stolen so he reported this to the federal comptroller of currency making sure banks obey laws. surely the feds would make this right. >> that didn't work either, wells fargo got out of the complaint saying this gentleman zrnt an appoint with -- account with us there, is nothing we can do for him. >> the agency closed the case, no one would listen. >> this is $10,000 that we're out, here. so that is when i had the idea to call 7 on your side. >> he did contact us and we showed all of the documents to wells fargo bank. and requested the bank deliver a check to mire on's daughter in los angeles right away. >> she went into the bank and said she was gonting to leave
for good morning america. and this snow shoe has now been moved indoors. police say this is because of the possibility of rain and for better crowd control. robin roberts will be onhand for a segment airing tuesday night. and the concert is free. >> a court turned down a bit by two couples to allow gay marriages to challenge on the yish as pending. a judge ruled proposition 8 violation yates the constitution. before that case can move forward, the supreme court must decide if supporters have trite appeal since officials refused to step in. and there is a dell monty fresh produce company recalled 5,000 cartons of cantaloupe. the fda reports about a dozen cases of illness. they were distributed to stores throughout the western united states. >> there is a next facebook or twitter is being developed. it's a new app tapping into the growing popularity of smart phones. check this thing out. >> windows are still papered over wh. paper comes off the world will have. >> i new social app for smart phones that could be revolutionary. called colors gu anywhere in the world with 150 feet. >> bi
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:30 target liba. u.s. military commanders give high marks from blocking government force autos america in a cross roads. the republican formula for jobs and the economy. >> and why the at and t take over of t-mobile is getting negative reviews. >>> good evening, the united states and coalition partners are wrapping up a third night of air and naval attacks in liba. this time on the capitol of tripoli. the u.s. commander says attacks have succeeded in stopping muammar gaddafi's ground forces from advance together rebel held city of benghazi. one air strike hit a building at the compound. general carter ham says the u.s. is not targeting gau gaud -- gaddafi directly. >> we have an effort to degrade libyan regimes o of -- military command and control capability and i think we've had some affect in that regard. >> also, reiterating to protect civilians from the humanitarian front. >> not only only was he carrying out murders of civilians but he threatened more... said we'll show no mercy to people who lived in benghazi. >> president obama says u.s. will soon back way from the leading role
lovers dishes, who needs a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> tax deadline is just around the corner and for thousands of californians, same-sex couples have to file under property laws when they file their returns. >> it's impossible to figure out. >> they have been together 36 years and in 2008 were legally married in california. this same-sex couple including registered domestic property have community property rights. they are requiring the couples to report their community income when they file their taxes. >> basically everything that is community is split right down the middle half and half. half on the one return and half on the other. >> it's called income splitting. say bob makes on the thoudz a year and his husband makes 10. each must report $50,000 on their federal tax returns. >> we are embracing the chaos. >> they have been swamped with clients. >> what couples need to know what they have that that is community property and what is separate property. these are typically concepts that we have not known about. >> most couples will see a
lovers dishes, who needs a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> street vendors had a day in san francisco. business owners started camping out for the opportunity to be the first to pick their spots this morning. most-requested spots around giants ballpark and financial district. >> we got in line at 8:00 p.m. >> and indefinite time, we'll renew that every year. and however long, that will change the system again. >> and they won't allow a street vendor to come in to sell hamburgers in front of a hamburger place. they're expected to hit the streets by the end of may or early june. >> and census public -- published new population figures. state has 37.2 million people an increase of almost 9% from last census. contra costa county by more than 100,000 people. and you can find your county at abc 7 >> and santa clara county is going get a new area code next year, 669 because there are some people now with cell phones and faxes that all 408 prefixes are taken. the public utilities commission has to decide whether to split the 408 into two area codes
to south america, for days they couldn't reach family members on the phone. >> we're in peru and i tried chris says he never expected yappan, especially tokyo to shut down today. >> and people should understand this could happen anywhere. >> for him and those arriving here there is one thing they seemed to have in common was a sense of relief of getting here. >> and there is relief efforts are growing to help survivors of the disasters. >> there are representatives met to decide how to help those suffering in the disaster autos cash donations are best right now. people want to donate clothing and food and what not. >> efforts raised $30,000, 100% of the money going to those in need in japan that is why this couple from chicago stopped fwoi help. >> one of the things i've heard is that every dollar winds up there. i wanted to make sure everything we gave did end up in the hands of people that needed it shoppers at this hardware store stopped fwoi do their part. the owner set out a collection jar almost immediately after the quake struck. >> japanese are our neighbors and a very kind peopl
! only at denny's. america's diner is always open. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> residents got quite a scare today three men decided to hide in their homes this is video of suspects ramming a stolen jeep into a car police say the men just burglarized a house with a woman still inside. the suspects got in and ran. police in s.w.a.t. gear went door to door looking for them snipers took to roof tops and police found two suspects one hiding in a backyard shed another inside of a house. the third was never found. >> and so... if we don't develop anything further than we'll clear. >> and it took police seven thundershowers clear the scene neighbors say they started a neighborhood watch because of the break ins. >> prosecution is nearly finished presenting the case against former giants slugger barry bonds with peared down witness list the government could rest by thursday afternoon. >> randy was the last of four major league baseball players to testify he got steroids from anderson testifying he and anderson met multiple times, where anderson injected hi
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